2. The shade is your friend
Embracing the British sunshine? Being in the sun has many benefits – it helps your body release mood-lifting hormones and boosts your vitamin D levels to help keep your bones, teeth and muscles healthy. But too much can be harmful to your health and may cause problems with your vision later down the line like cataracts, macular degeneration and other eye diseases.
For adequate protection, look for sunglasses with the CE mark, this means they offer a safe level of UV protection. For less squinting and extra protection, you may choose to wear sunglasses that wrap around your eyes, and for everyday use, polarised lenses can help reduce glare from reflected light.